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Bulldogs offensive line coach Cody Stoy sets a high bar for his players, and they’re willing to run through a brick wall for him. At times las…

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KAMIAH - A light rain grew heavier as the night went on, but by the time the wintry storm turned the North 35 yard line at the Bob Squires Spo…

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    Marina Geis and Debby O’Neil helped organize a Trump rally on Oct. 17. According to Geis, “We had a great turnout of 27 vehicles leaving Cottonwood headed towards Grangeville. As we passed through Grangeville, we picked up about maybe 10 more vehicles headed down Harpster Grade where we met …

    RIGGINS — Quote of the week: “I love people who have no idea how wonderful they are and just wander around making the world a better place.” From the Internet. We have lots of people here in Salmon River Canyon, in Idaho County, State of Idaho, and all around our great country of America who…

    COTTONWOOD — The 23rd Annual Mystery Night with the theme, “1950s Holiday in Vermont” is coming up on Saturday, Nov. 7 at Greencreek Community Hall. A $130 ticket includes dinner for two, a no host bar and a chance to win $10,000. We won last year, maybe this is your year to win! If you want…

    CLEARWATER VALLEY — A great weekend for local sports teams! An impressive finish for CVK (Clearwater Valley-Kamiah) cross-country runners at the District II 1A championships in Lewiston. Two girls and two boys from the small team qualified for the 1A state meet in Pocatello this weekend. Led…

    CLEARWATER VALLEY -- If you want to get in the Halloween mood, check out “Monster House” drive-in movie at Ted’s Valley Auction, 140 Pine Road in Kamiah. The free movie will begin at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 22. The movie is a children’s computer animated supernatural, comedy, horror film ab…

    ELK CITY -- The VFW Auxiliary would like to welcome the community to their annual Veterans Day Dinner on Nov. 11, at the VFW Post #8311. The dinner will start at 5 p.m. and be a tasty affair: a roast beef dinner with all the trimmings and dessert. The evening will include essay selections fr…

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    Halloween is upon us, and normally that means hundreds of happy kids in the streets, in the stores, and knocking on doors. This is the first year in my lifetime that is a truly scary thought. I’m still hoping to see some guidance from our local leaders on how to celebrate safely in the middl…

    If those who are managing this “pandemic” are so concerned about our health, why are they actively keeping promising treatments for “Covid” from us? There are plenty of doctors out there who are having great success in treating patients with “Covid.” Why are they being ignored and censored? …

    Obituaries

    Phil Lamm died at home Sunday morning Oct. 18, 2020, from stag…

    Joe succumbed Sunday morning, Oct. 11, 2020, after battling a …

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